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Who Is Responsible for Global Warming?

Throwing trash on our planet isn’t pretty. Image by Author

I have become susceptible to what I see as the massive amounts of waste and pollution we impose on our planet. Last weekend, as I walked along a beautiful beach next to a glistening turquoise sea, I spotted on the otherwise pristine white sand a collection of trash: bottles of soda, caps, random pieces of plastic, all lying on the ground. I was immediately angered — is it possible that even today, when we know full well…

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Oscar von Hauske

Oscar von Hauske

product designer, building new companies, thinking thoughts

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